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of people being sold on these inappropriate investments, a google search, tons of the stuff, the one i rented was hysterical. the advice is given out after the presentation after the food. people are looking at you over clanging forks and they are not distracted. so i was sitting there waiting and waiting. and they kept saying that the kitchen is delayed. there is a whole theory of the kind of restaurant you should go to, and it should be a good restaurant. it's not blowing. nobody's going to take you to that [inaudible] [laughter] >> host: you mention the word commission. talk about the team structure in that you mention as somewhat as. >> guest: that's right, the article are all too often part of the structure. but the way that it works is when you go to the financial advisors, they are one of three ways. either pay by the hour, you can pay a percentage of the management, or you can pay a commission. commission is, again, it is a percentage of the sale. the problem with the model is that people are given different commissions. there are incentives. often the best financial product fo
] was that at the time i was at google, and for about five years every every time i interacted with anyone externally, the one question they would ask me is, you know, search is wonderful, it's so great to be able to find everything that we can find, it's wonderfully academic, how is anyone ever going to make any money from it. and now that seems almost absurd because search is one of the giant moneymakers, if not the giant moneymaker online. but that said, whenever you see consumers adopting a technology, a platform, you know, a particular application like search with this much volume, you know that advertisers will want to participate in that. and there's usually a way where you can introduce advertising such that it's not intrusive, that it actually adds value to the end user and that it actually enhances the experience, and that's what we need to work on. >> well, we can look backward now and see how that was done with search. everybody gets to play monday morning quarterback and feel smart about it. >> sure. >> can you tell yet what some of the shifts will be in mobile that will allow mobile to
possible something like google hangout there's about 25 folks in new york and 30 people on staff in washington and we have big tvs and both of the conference room and have them connected with google hang out which sounds silly but you can just go into the conference room and that person goes into the conference room and maybe it isn't a face-to-face conversation but it's the next best thing to do we have a culture now what if our reporters were engaging in dialogue in michigan or one in washington with some of the experts he or she talked to with some of the people who were reading it and had a good criticisms of it and there's opportunities there that well well, that work clacks that is the culture of experimentation. i really want to try to see if it makes sense or doesn't. the social media environment is the place we have to go first when we are experimenting with all these things we know is important engaging on twitter and to some extent facebook whether it's reporters, the brand, everybody. islamic the next questioner i haven't seen in a long time to. if you do know she wil
information we look it up in the book or we googled it instead of buying some old person to ask. state-mandated systems of formal education means that children are taught a particular hours on particular days, our particularly young time -- rather than the older adults of everyday life. finally, the slow pace of technological change in traditional society means that when someone learns there as a child is so useful when the person is old. but the rapid pace of technological change today means that what we learn as children is to longer useful 50 years later. and we older people are not fluent in the technologies center to surviving in modern society. for example, as a 15 year old high school student, i was considered outstandingly good at multiplying a two digit numbers because i memorize the multiplication table and i know how to use logarithm and then click of manipulating slide rule. .. to watch television i have to telephone the 25-year-old son and asking to me through it while i try to push those wretched 41 buttons. [laughter] what can we do to improve the lives of the elderly in
. on sunday night in idaho, i cooking dinner for my kids and with one hand and googling the internet and a desperate hope that i can find something that has been a storytelling that i can present it to my kids and are you for days they get to communicate the civil rights movement. our textbooks are oatmeal, arguments with dave holland and, deliberately trying to make this history and accessible. i didn't do anything. the institute may not be popular here, but it's a very good organization. [laughter] so we've apologize. anyway, these teachers in idaho said, what you don't realize is we are on the low end of the totem pole of your history teacher. school is in the united states are now evaluated by test scores for students and can wish and not, not history. if you're a good history teacher, you're suggesting you might do well to teach english because the school is not evaluated on history. but that a sense of american history, it's impossible to teach citizenship, which is also been wiped out of our curriculum. they say our schools are not go to teach history based bsn we are not trea
that doesn't belong on the internet in a way. we can all look in now through google earth, and north korea still gets his own country the way we can look at their military sites, even on google earth now. but the associate is that opening up is a bigger threat than not opening up. and standing up as a threat ensuring the outside powers to be if it. we need to reverse this thinking to make it clear that actions, not mere words, make the kim family regime more vulnerable, not impregnable, with provocations. so i've mentioned military and defense measures have a role, and anywhere right now running in the wrong direction with our readiness crisis and our budget crisis. south korean military, park geun-hye's administration love a key opportunity here to strengthen the south korean military role. we can talk about adapting deterrence, about improving readiness across the dmz, the demilitarized zone, the northern limit line, in cyberspace and elsewhere. obviously, incoming national security office chief kim jong sue will have a key role to play from the blue house in terms of courtney a lot of t
'm googling the internet in a desperate hope i can find something that has enough story telling in it that i can present it to my kids in the free or four days we get to try to communicate the civil rights movement. our textbooks are oatmeal. they are arguments with dates all in them, deliberately trying to make this history inaccessible. have i lost my mic? [laughter] i didn't do anything. the institute may not be popular here, but it's a good organization. [laughter] i don't think it deserves -- okay, there. we've apologized to them. anyway, these system teachers in idaho said what you don't realize is that we're on the low end of the totem pole if you're a history teacher. schools in the united states are now evaluated by test scores for students in english and math, not in history. if you're a good history teacher and your principal is suggesting you might do well to teach english because the school is not evaluated on history. without a sense of american history, it's impossible to teach citizenship, which also has been wiped out of our curriculum. so they say our schools are not built
, a system that doesn't belong on the internet in a way. we can all look in through google earth and north korea still can't see its own country the way we can look at their military sites even on google earth now. at the assumption is opening up is a bigger threat than not opening up. and standing up is a threat and showing the outside powers to be a threat. we need to reverse this thinking to make it clear that actions not near words make the kim family regime more vulnerable not impregnable with provocations. so i mentioned military and defense measures have a role, unilateral, u.s. forces. right now we're running in the wrong direction with a readiness process -- crisis and a budget crisis. south korean military, park geun-hye's administration while the key opportunity to strengthen the south korean military role. we can talk about adapting deterrence, about improving readiness across the dmz, the northern limit line and cyberspace and elsewhere. obviously,
of north korea who are desperate for more information or salivating, the chairman of google was visiting because they are thinking that the opportunities for their closed system internet. and then there's all the north koreans a sickly, the rest of north korea, most of north korea, where just puncturing the bubble of censure, of censorship that exist in north korea with what north korea really spends on defense, what it spends on its missile programs. i've always equated it to the lesson of development including the local aid budget upon the village schoolhouse door so villagers would know if the village elders were stealing the money. that was intended for the schoolhouse. i think we can through basic information in this age that more and more north koreans know about the human rights record. north korean database that's now a permanent growing database now, five, six years running becomes that kind of record that eventually will be impossible to keep out of north korean hands over a period of time, through various means. those are the kinds of things that can create a reform movement,
just know content companies work. most of them has agreements with google already said that it is to business relationships single day and a lot of communication, moving it to content themselves, which will probably raise the profile of content to try and market it. i presume you want to get compensated for creations as well. a lot is occurring within us in the right direction in ways. and certainly reaching out and will be to figure out if there's ideas people can bring on how we see that space be filled by those who want to see content and technology. of course technology is changing at warp speed. i mention of incredible things occurring in the content space technologically. anything but old media if you see how it's produced and what is occurring today, it phenomenal in the content space. it's ludicrous to talk about this old media. the extent we can do about law benefit and will require constant or. there's not some point it's all over with. it requires a cooperative relationship that will produce the best results in my view of many people want to understand and st
limited to not more than technically necessary or technically feasible. microsoft and google requests for 28 megahertz of broadband license spectrum and their minimum requirement for some of the lte from the -- megahertz and i'm wondering how you balance the unlicensed spectrum and the license spectrum such as smartphones and also the revenue generated from auctions. what is your take? >> i think both licensed and unlicensed operations are important. i think the fcc has already as i said earlier created the possibility of unlicensed services and i think more and services will be created through the spectrum option but the real reason it was set up of course was to give some revenue to pay for broadcasters to leave the spectrum and somebody's going to have to provide the revenue basically and once again if you are going to build wifi servicee and isn't somebody going to have to spend a lot of money to build out the systems and provide services and they are going to want to be paid for it. that is the reality reality of weather is licensed or unlicensed. yes you go to several wifi spots
, cardinal health, amazon, google, the cleveland clinic, ibm, and right here in northwest ohio, marathon. these companies strive for change every day and the state of ohio must do it as well. we cannot rest on our laurels. these companies -- [applause] these companies don't fear big ideas. we must not fear big ideas. we must embrace them. oh, yeah, let's debate the. and that's the fun part of being in the government, debate them without a personal attack, debate him on the merits, but embrace them, because at the end of the day, big ideas, it will renew us. it will restore our youth. it will give us excitement. we will have a spread in our step because big ideas renew people. the only thing that can stop us, ladies and gentlemen, is the fear of change, the fear big ideas. let's not go there. we are starting to hit on all cylinders. our program of innovation and commonsense policies we believe does create success. just like the first budget helped us to dig out of the hole and set the stage for growth, this allows us to shift into higher gear. our budget is designed to come together and c
was that it was the way forward. the review is ongoing, google reported the prime minister and deputy prime minister, and in the spirit of openness, a smaller version of a classified or unclassified version that could be public. the classified version will be held internally. the decision will not be made until after 2015. we will go into the election for a generation for which these two property leaders who have been in this review. it makes an argument for an alternative and the labor leader i become the prime minister not privy to any of this, being able to say that i have no idea what this review says, he says black, she says why, i have not seen it. the prime minister would expect he would be required to do three things. one is to detail the possibility of significant growth in the next five years is remote. and two, because of that and then making a decision [inaudible] >> thank you. very moving indeed. i turn now to franÇois from the french embassy. i wonder what we can learn from the french. thank you. >> thank you very much. i just wanted to make clear that i am speaking here and i would
and you could do a google search and you will find tons of stuff on one page. >> host: you didn't say anything about the quality of the meal. good steak at these? >> guest: this is hysterical. if you need advice right now is to get to the food after the presentation so people are listening overclocking forks and then parse that they are not distracted. my experience was that left a lot of hungry people. so i was sitting there waiting and waiting and waiting and they kept saying the kitchen is delayed. the kitchen is delayed. and if cnn was fine. i wouldn't describe it as four-star. in fact, the civil. what kind of restaurant you should go to. it should be a good restaurant. it's not low-end. nobody is taking you to chipotle. .. >> commission is again, a percentage of the sale. the problem with the model model, people again different commissions, incentives are different, often the best financial products like mutual funds do not come with high commission actually rarely if ever, as a result what is sold to people is not necessarily a great deal. but they don't know that because it is
it is. on sunday night, in idaho, i am cooking dinner for my kid and with one hand i am googling the internet in a desperate hope that i can find something that has been a storytelling at that i can present to make it to the three or four days to communicate the civil rights movement. their arguments with people and none, deliberately trying to make this history and accessible. have i lost my might? i didn't do anything. the gilder institute may not be popular here, but it's a very good institution. these teachers in idaho said what you don't realize is we are on the low end of the totem pole if you're a history teacher. they are now evaluated by test scores for english and math, not history. if you're a good history teacher , suggesting he might do about teaching bush. because the school is not evaluated on history. without a sense of american history, it's impossible to teach citizenship, which has also been wiped out. so they said, our schools are not told to treat history. it is the essence of citizenship, we are not responsible for their own government and apparently are und
, they might tell their friends, and it's like a google search. it starts kind of bubbling up. thomas payne walked out his front door in philadelphia. he was a imgrant from centerfuges land, but he could think and write clearly, walked out the door and opened 12 shops in 10 blocks and printed common sense in 1776, and it was the harry potter of the late 18th century. [laughter] it helped to ignite the american revolution. well, starting in the last third of the 20th century, television displaced the printing press as the main way we communicate in our democracy. s # -- it had a profound impact. it's not a two-way conversation. the printing press, you get what you want to know and contribute your own ideas. with television, you can talk back to the tv screen, but it doesn't hear you because you're you're -- unless you call if on the c-span show. that's an exception there. my point is mostly it's a one way flow of information, and it's mostly sponsored by large advertisers, but they are increaseingly sponsoring political ideas as well. when they show coal ads on tv, you think they are trying
, i cooking dinner for my kids and with one hand and googling the internet and a desperate hope that i can find something that has been a storytelling that i can present it to my kids and are you for days they get to communicate the civil rights movement. our textbooks are oatmeal, arguments with dave holland and, deliberately trying to make this history and accessible. i didn't do anything. the institute may not be popular here, but it's a very good organization. [laughter] so we've apologize. anyway, these teachers in idaho said, what you don't realize is we are on the low end of the totem pole of your history teacher. school is in the united states are now evaluated by test scores for students and can wish and not, not history. if you're a good history teacher, you're suggesting you might do well to teach english because the school is not evaluated on history. but that a sense of american history, it's impossible to teach citizenship, which is also been wiped out of our curriculum. they say our schools are not go to teach history based bsn we are not treating citizens of the blue ci
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